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St Denys' Church, east Hatley c.1910 (Cambridgeshire Collection)

St Denys’ Church, East Hatley

History of St Denys

St Denys’ was rebuilt in 1874. By 1959 the church was considered unsafe and closed. The grave yard is still in use and the the church building has been designated a nature reserve for bats and owls. (Vanishing Cambridgeshire p.120)


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